Kelly, I know you are giving Georgia the very best life. ♥
Today was a gorgeous day here as well. We learned the hard way with Oliver that long walks, however slow, were not his friend, sadly. He loves to go on them. He is full of P&V while on them. However, unless we keep it quite short, within a day or two, his symptoms return with a vengeance. I hope that Georgia manages better with hers.
We also discovered that Oliver is able to jump up on the bed...it is very low to the ground. He will do that if he thinks he is missing out on something, but like the walks, if he does it too often, he pays dearly now.
Oliver's favourite game is catching the light reflection from my watch. He is smart enough to know that the sun + Mummy's watch = his "friend" coming to play. That gives him some exercise that is limited, so it's a win/win. He is hilarious trying to catch the reflection. I love seeing his bright eyes.
I am ever hopeful that our beloved companions can live with their ailments, and continue to thrive. Once we find the right balance, it's amazing how well they do. I'm sure Georgia is a very happy little girl. She has a wonderful Mum.
Irene, how is Jack feeling now? I hope you are both well.